by suzi steffen
Scary organs and other reasons to go to church
by Brett Campbell
Measure 74 fills a gap in a state program
By Cheryl Smith
I love reading your column and never thought that I would have a reason to write to you, but to my pleasure and chagrin, I realized today that I could use your help.
Bozievich v. Rust
Developer, gravel and timber barons back right-winger
By Alan Pittman
THURSDAY OCTOBER 28
Axe & Fiddle Oldies But Goodies7:30; Blues, country, n/c
Blind Pig Open Mic8; n/c
Café Maroc Belly Dancing w/Heather7:15; n/c
Club Snafu Sassy Mouff10; DJ, n/c
Cowfish “Lime Night” w/DJ Heshe, Jon 7 & guests9:30; Crunk, house
Colors, Shapes and Chills
No Rest for the Wicked
The Sawyer Family comes home — for a while
by Molly Templeton
Will Medical Pot Inspire?
Poll shows younger voters perked up by M74
By Ted Taylor
All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.
This letter is to notify the city of Eugene and River Road community that Jen Hornaday’s 11-year-old organic sunflower, veggie gardens at the end of East Maynard Avenue are being put to rest.